Yemeni accounting firm Hamed AlShameri CPAs has joined Praxity Global Alliance to provide stronger expertise in the Middle East region.
Hamed AlShameri CPAs is one of the leading accounting and audit firms in Yemen, serving national and international clients in diverse industries and sectors. Operating from offices in Sana’a and Aden, the firm provides a wide range of services including audit & assurance, business risk services, advisory & consulting, accounting, outsourcing, monitoring & evaluation, third-party mentoring, tax & Zakat – a form of almsgiving whereby businesses give a percentage of their qualifying wealth to charity.
The highly experienced Hamed AlShameri management team is committed to collaboration and delivering exceptional client service with a strong focus on quality and professionalism. Central to the firm’s ethos is the belief in moral values, “doing well by doing right”, and an acceptance that there is no shortcut for quality professional services.
The firm takes the name of its founder and Managing Partner Hamed AlShameri, who has 16 years’ experience in international accounting across varied industries including not-for-profit, financial institutions, healthcare. Hamed is General Secretary of the Yemeni Association of Certified Public Accountants (YACPA). From his volunteer duties at YACPA, he provides services to develop the profession and the capabilities of accountants and auditors.
Hamed said: “I cannot fully express how happy I am to join the Alliance. Praxity is the number one accounting alliance in the world, and I want to be number one in the market, and this is what attracted me to join Praxity and fulfil its quality requirements. Also, the fact that Praxity members include large international firms as well as mid-tier and smaller firms.” The Yemeni firm is also represented by other Partners who have extensive experience in international NGOs and financial institutions. “Charity and humanitarian work is very important to us, especially in Yemen, where we would like to help people who are most in need,” Hamed said. Hamed AlShameri CPAs is not the only new addition to Praxity.
The Alliance recently welcomed Puente Sur in Chile and MD CPA in Puerto Rico as part of a strategy to provide balanced representation globally, allowing leading accounting firms to share expertise in every specialities, in all corners of the world. Praxity now consists of 55 independent firms employing a total of 65,000 people in 120 countries. New members must meet strict joining criteria, including consistently high-quality service provision, shared values, and a commitment to international collaboration.